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Translates raw HTTP requests to Python,Ruby,Php and Bash scripts

Project description

HTTP Request Translator

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HTTP Request Translator is a python standalone tool that will help you translate any raw HTTP requests into the language of your choice.

It supports the following languages:

  • Bash
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Ruby

HTTP Request Translator can be used via its CLI or be imported from your own python project (actively supported version 2.7 and 3.3+).

Installation

  1. $ git clone https://github.com/owtf/http-request-translator
  2. $ cd ./http-request-translator/
  3. $ make install

Note: The last step might require root privileges.

Usage

Command Line Interface

HTTP Request Translator provides a complete command line interface (CLI) to make it easy for you to use it.

usage: hrt [-h] [--language LANGUAGE] [--proxy [PROXY]]
                               [--search_string SEARCH_STRING | --search_regex SEARCH_REGEX]
                               [--interactive] [--data DATA]
                               [--request REQUEST | --file FILE]

Request Translator is a standalone tool that can translate raw HTTP requests
into bash/python/php/ruby scripts

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --language LANGUAGE, -l LANGUAGE
                        Generates a script in language 'language' for given
                        HTTP request. If you want to generate multiple
                        scripts, separate the script's name with a <,>.
                        Available languages: bash, php, python, ruby
  --proxy [PROXY], -p [PROXY]
                        Generates command/script with relevant, specified
                        proxy
  --search_string SEARCH_STRING, -ss SEARCH_STRING
                        Sends the request and searches for the required string
                        in the response (i.e literal match)
  --search_regex SEARCH_REGEX, -se SEARCH_REGEX
                        Sends the request and searches for the required regex
                        in the response (i.e regex match)
  --interactive, -i     Interactive mode: read raw HTTP request from keyboard,
                        hit enter when ready. Type 'Ctrl+D' or 'Ctrl+C'to exit
                        from the interactive mode.
  --data DATA, -d DATA  Add the data that you want to send along with the
                        header
  --request REQUEST, -r REQUEST
                        Input the HTTP request
  --file FILE, -f FILE  Input file for HTTP request

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